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Spring98

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Order the set of numbers from least to greatest: https://cv-kettle-falls.brainhoney.com/Resource/30603643,0/Assets/75083_53df838b/01_01_10.gif

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  1. Spring98
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    @rock_mit182

  2. rock_mit182
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    Hi I know you can do this. 5/2 = ?

  3. rock_mit182
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    two times 3/4 = ?

  4. Spring98
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    Can you tell me the order? plz

  5. rock_mit182
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    show me some work and ill help you out

  6. Spring98
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    https://cv-kettle-falls.brainhoney.com/Resource/30603643,0/Assets/75083_53df838b/01_01_10c.gif

  7. Spring98
    • one year ago
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    is that the answer?

  8. Spring98
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    i ma giving you some work!!

  9. rock_mit182
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    lol did you calculate square root of five ?

  10. Spring98
    • one year ago
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    ya it is 2.2

  11. rock_mit182
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    :) do it, by the way, where is spring98's calculator ?

  12. rock_mit182
    • one year ago
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    Im sorry do it again, because it is not 2.2

  13. rock_mit182
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    square root of five is an irrational number

  14. rock_mit182
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    2.236 and goes on and on with non repeating decimals .

  15. rock_mit182
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    now 2.717171 71 71 and so on with 71 till infinity is greater than square root of five. what do you think ?

  16. rock_mit182
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    besides, 2times 3/4 = 2.75 and 5/2 = 2.5

  17. rock_mit182
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    finally, we need to order them from least to greatest: 2.236 2.7171 2.75 2.5 can you figure this out, now ?

  18. Spring98
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    2.236, 2.5, 2.7171, 2.75

  19. rock_mit182
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    :)

  20. rock_mit182
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    nicely done

  21. rock_mit182
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    final answer ?

  22. rock_mit182
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    according to your options

  23. Spring98
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    can you tell me it in this form though https://cv-kettle-falls.brainhoney.com/Resource/30603643,0/Assets/75083_53df838b/01_01_10.gif

  24. rock_mit182
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    look what we have: 2.36 ; 2.5 ; 2,71 ; 2.75 or in other numbers ?

  25. rock_mit182
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    2.236 = square root of five; 2.5 = 5/2 2,71 = 2,71 2 times 2/3 = ?

  26. Spring98
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    is that from least to greatest or greatest to least?

  27. rock_mit182
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    \[\sqrt{5} ,\frac{ 5 }{ 2 } , ... ?\]

  28. rock_mit182
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    least to greatest : from the smallest number up to reach the bigger one

  29. rock_mit182
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    so tell me now the correct answer plz

  30. Spring98
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    https://cv-kettle-falls.brainhoney.com/Resource/30603643,0/Assets/75083_53df838b/01_01_10b.gif this is the answer right?

  31. rock_mit182
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    good job ;)

  32. Spring98
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    thank you for helping me now i understand!!!@

  33. rock_mit182
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    you're welcome

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